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Seven Springs Lodge and Rattlesnake Saloon

1292 Mount Mills Road,, Southern TN Border, Tuscumbia,
AL, 35674,
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Description

100+ miles; trail difficulty – beginner to advanced

Address: 1292 Mount Mills Road, Tuscumbia, AL 35674
Phone: (256) 370-7218
Website: https://www.rattlesnakesaloon.net/lodge
Social Media:https://www.facebook.com/sevenspringslodge

Here’s what you need to know:
1. Getting here – mostly rural two-lane roads, fuel and food within 15 minutes.
2. Parking & Trailers – ample pull through and back in gravel parking, mostly sun.
3. Family Friendly – yes
4. Trail Difficulty – beginners-advanced, barefoot friendly, shared trails.
5. Trail Info – beginner fields and trails to advanced hillside, big views, large rock formations, historical sites.
6. Amenities – restrooms, bath houses, on site restaurant, shavings, hay, firewood, tie rails, water, on site tack and goods store.
7. Events & entertainment – frontier days, organized rides, atv and jeep rides.
8. Lodging – multiple cabins, RV sites, primitive camping.
9. Hookups – water, electric and sewer.
10. Stalls – compact stalls covered and uncovered, high line sites.

Other/notable:
-From their site-

Day use and Camping
Shaded and sunny trails
Trail map in office
Book well in advance if possible
Boots or shoes recommended
Office located at front entrance
Open seasonally
Must see Wave Rock
Must experience Rattlesnake Saloon
The Land

Located in northwest Alabama at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Seven Springs Lodge is situated on 3000 acres of beautiful countryside and offers their guests multiple ways to camp. With plenty of room to spare, the grounds have 150 electrical and water hook-ups for RVs, campers, and trailers. A number of these sites have sewage hookups. Located between the two large grain silo cabins you will find a smaller silo that contains 4 independent fully furnished bathhouses. For those who like to rough it just a bit more, there are more than enough locations to set up camp and enjoy the night sky the primitive way. After a long day experiencing all that Seven Springs has to offer, head back to camp and enjoy the comforts of home. Whether you are looking to stay in a rustic cabin or one of their famous grain silos

The trails at Seven Springs cater to the experienced and beginners alike. While exploring, guests can find things such as regional historical sites to Native Indian shelters. One of the shelters housed the oldest Indian burial remains found in Alabama dating back 8000 years.

Guests can take advantage of 3,000 plus acres of picturesque natural woodland. No matter if you are a horse rider or just like to take a stroll through the woods, there is always a trail for you.

Now, for the comfort and containment of your horse(s), we offer several options to choose from. You can choose one of the 153 stalls located next to the lodge. Also, if your group wants to place some of the horses together, we have small pins to keep them in. If you are one that likes to keep them close to your trailer, just ask and you will be placed so that you have a little extra room.

These trails cater to the experienced and beginners alike. While exploring, guests can find things such as regional historical sites to Native Indian shelters. One of the shelters housed the oldest Indian burial remains found in Alabama dating back 8000 years. If you are just looking to sit back and relax, grab your fishing pole and try your luck, or find a rocker on the porch of the lodge and enjoy the natural beauty.

The Campground

With plenty of room to spare, our grounds have 100 electrical and water hook-ups for RVs, campers, and trailers. Twelve of these sites have sewage and more are being added. Located between the two large grain silos you will find a smaller silo that contains 4 independent fully furnished bathhouses. Just outside the main lodge you can take a swim in our swimming pool or just lay back in the sunshine. For those who like to rough it just a bit more, there are more than enough locations to set up camp and enjoy the night sky the primitive way.

Now, for the comfort and containment of your horse(s), we offer several options to choose from. You can choose one of the 153 stalls located next to the lodge. Also, if your group wants to place some of the horses together, we have small pins to keep them in. If you are one that likes to keep them close to your trailer, just ask and you will be placed so that you have a little extra room.

All dogs must be on a leash and are not allowed on trails.

All horses must have proof of the Coggins Test before allowed on trails

For reservation, please call the office: (256) 370 7218 ​

Guided rides are offered upon request.

The Lodging

After a long day experiencing all that Seven Springs has to offer, come back and enjoy the comforts of home. Are you looking to stay in a rustic cabin? How about an old grain silo? Maybe you enjoy watching riders passing by in the morning or evening from a covered front porch? Might be that morning coffee from a porch swing? Is it a meal on a private back patio? Or could it be in a tent under the stars?

*note: There is a $50 deposit upon reserving lodging

*note: There are NO REFUNDS on cancellations within 7 days of your arrival date.

​All lodging in non-smoking and do not allow pets.

Seven Springs Lodge

1292 Mount Mills Road

Tuscumbia, AL 35674

Guests can make reservations in advance from February through November. Seven Springs also welcomes groups such as Boy and Girl Scouts, family reunions, birthday gatherings, and more. Please contact Seven Springs Lodge for event pricing.

The Story

This land has been in the family since 1916 when Owen Foster, bought the first track of a 6000-acre plot of land for 25 cents an acre. ‘Plain’ Owen used the land mainly for farming and timber. His son William Owen Foster, better known as ‘Chicken Owen’, later used the shelter that is now the Rattlesnake Saloon as a hog pen. The 33-foot hole that now runs all the cables / power / electricity to the Saloon was drilled through the rock by him originally as a way to feed the hogs without traveling around the then undrivable bluff.

After years of working the land, Owen Daniel Foster Sr had a new vision for the land and created the Seven Springs Lodge. ‘Danny’ wanted a place that catered to hunting, but has since opened the land to trail riding, atv and motorcycle events, chuckwagon races and even SHiFT Design Camp

The Saloon

Danny Foster and his youngest son, William Gordon Foster, soon realized that the logical companion to a Lodge is a Saloon. Their initial idea quickly grew from a watering hole with a gravel base and a feed trough to a lean-to shanty before finally settling on the current design. During construction, some workers found a rattlesnake den a distance off from the shelter with a mother snake and twelve little ones which inspired our family to name it the Rattlesnake Saloon.

The Saloon took just 49 days to construct before opening on Labor Day weekend in 2009. Since its opening, it has been featured in magazines, music videos, and tv shows and has become one of the top attractions in the area. So far our guestbooks show visitors from all 50 states and over 30 other countries have stopped at the Saloon.

After being open for 5 years, Momma Faye stepped in to complete the family business. She was the missing piece and added the perfect touch of Southern Hospitality by going out of her way to make sure all visitors feel like family. Her Sidewinder’s Trading Post is where you will find souvenirs and apparel to remember all the great times at Seven Springs Lodge and Rattlesnake Saloon.

The Place

Welcome to the Rattlesnake Saloon, the watering hole under the rock. This is a place the whole family can come relax and enjoy connecting to local history. We are happy to say that our location is handicap accessible. Come fill your belly and listen to live local music. After 5:00 pm, grab a cold brew…if you are old enough. Our staff strives to deliver an extraordinary experience to every customer, every time. So come on down and meet us, and bring your friends.

For reservations of organized groups such as schools, churches, clubs, etc.; please call the lodge 48 hours in advance on Tuesday-Thursday 9 am-5 pm

Due to the overwhelming popularity of our unique environment at the Rattlesnake Saloon, we are enforcing new reservation policies listed below:

To be considered a group you must have 25+ people.
Please have the telephone number that reserving party can be reached at ready when you place your call.
The number of tables we reserve is limited and will be booked in order of calls.
Reserved tables WILL NOT be held after 5:00 pm.
If your ENTIRE group has not arrived by 5:00 pm for your scheduled night, your tables will be taken off-reservation.
Please understand that strict enforcement of these policies are in place to ensure a great time is had by both our customers and our staff! Thank you for your cooperation and we look forward to seeing you at the Rattlesnake Saloon.

Amenities

Lodging
Full Hookups
Onsite Store
Shade
Large Stalls
Pull Through Sites
Pet Friendly
Events

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